Personally Speaking: Don't use the death of a non-smoker to justify your own dangerous habit



TWO members of my family have died from lung cancer.
One lost her life decades ago, when I was so young that I can barely remember her. She was young, a similar age to my parents, and left behind a husband and a son who was only a few years older than me. Apparently she had never smoked.
I remember I used to be terrified that my own mum might die when I was out at school and not around to stop it from happening. I loved school but sometimes I'd pretend to be ill so that I could be around, just in case.
My family lost someone else to lung cancer just last year. She was in her 70s and had... read more

 
27 September 2016 in Regional West, Views: 27
Source: The Sentinel
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